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Aligning Hwb resources with Curriculum for Wales – can you help?

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Resources on Hwb are currently being reviewed to align with our new Curriculum and make them easier to find. It’s a huge task that will run until all 5,000 plus resources are reviewed, and practitioners are invited to help.

A new Resources landing page has been designed to host the resources and support materials, which are being organised to fit each Area of the Curriculum.

Practitioners and Welsh Government staff  are well underway with the review work, using the resources guide as their reference point, but more practitioners are invited to get involved. You will use your knowledge and expertise to assess resources, and at the same time get a real sense of what’s available.

Training sessions will be provided, setting out the approach, modelling the process with real resources, and demonstrating supporting tools.

Supply cover funding at £250 pro rata per day will be provided to your school or setting if you are able to help with this important work.

With agreement from your headteacher, please do email the review team at , including information under the headings listed below.  





Welsh/English medium

Area of input/interest – Expressive Arts, Health and Well-being, Humanities, Languages, Literacy and Communication, Mathematics and Numeracy, Science and Technology, Foundation learning [please include details of other specific curriculum aspects you may hold expertise in – eg RSE, literacy, numeracy, digital, outdoor learning, etc].

In April this year, ‘Adnodd’, a new resources company, will be formed to enable learners, practitioners and parents/carers in Wales access to high quality educational resources and supporting materials in both Welsh and English, to support the teaching of the Curriculum and its qualifications.   It will enable the production of resources through strategic and coordinated working with practitioners, publishers and developers to create high quality resources for schools and learners.

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